Georgia approves standards of temporary shelters for homeless people
Tbilisi, Georgia, Feb. 7
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgian government has approved technical regulations for minimum standards of temporary shelters for the homeless people.
Georgian Health Minister, David Sergeenko told journalists on Friday that the purpose of the document is to regulate the current situation and bring the shelters into line with the international law.
He said the regulation was approved by non-governmental and international organizations, as well as experts.
"This means more security, less confusion and more organized work. This regulation will extend into the new area, which will house a shelter meeting the standards," Sergeenko said.
Translated by E.A.